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Bosnian Plenums Continue to Send Strong Messages to Politicians

By   /  24/03/2014  /  BA Politics, BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on Bosnian Plenums Continue to Send Strong Messages to Politicians

  By Medina Malagic – Sarajevo One week ago, the Plenum of the citizens of Sarajevo announced that the Plenum does not support any political party. For a country like Bosnia Herzegovina, which is undergoing a period of transition to the market economy, listening to constant platitudes regarding the importance of EU accession, and a […]

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Workers of Tuzla are in Front of Buildings of Court and Tuzla Canton Prosecutor’s Office

By   /  19/03/2014  /  BA Politics, BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on Workers of Tuzla are in Front of Buildings of Court and Tuzla Canton Prosecutor’s Office

  By MajaTuljkovic – Sarajevo Before they began mass protests in B&H, employees of failed companies from the area of Tuzla Canton have been gathering every Wednesday in order to express their dissatisfaction with the Cantonal Government and the Prosecutor’s Office. Their Wednesday protests have continued this week as well, when they gathered in front […]

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FIFA world ranking for Balkan countries

By   /  17/01/2014  /  AL Sports, Albania, BA Sports, BG Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, CY Sports, Cyprus, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, GR Sports, Greece, HR Sports, ME Sports, MK Sports, Montenegro, RO Sports, Romania, RS Sports, Serbia, SI Sports, Slovenia, Sports, TR Sports, Turkey  /  Comments Off on FIFA world ranking for Balkan countries

  By Spiros Sideris These are the FIFA world rankings last updated on January 16 2014. 12. Greece – 1055 Pts 16. Croatia – 971 Pts 19. Bosnia and Herzegovina – 899 Pts 29. Slovenia – 762 Pts 30. Serbia – 752 Pts 33. Romania – 734 Pts 45. Turkey – 677 Pts 52. Montenegro […]

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Ante Mise goes to Bosnia and Herzegovina

By   /  05/11/2013  /  BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, HR Sports, Sports  /  Comments Off on Ante Mise goes to Bosnia and Herzegovina

  By Christos T. Panagopoulos – Croatian former football player, Ante Mise, has taken over Vitez FC in the Premiership of Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the country’s media. The coach that used to lead Hajduk Split and Istra in the Croatian championship, will now try to save Vitez from relegation. Mise was a former […]

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Sarajevo Olympic venues crumble into oblivion

By   /  30/10/2013  /  BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Sports  /  Comments Off on Sarajevo Olympic venues crumble into oblivion

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos – Abandoned and left to crumble into oblivion, most of the 1984 Winter Olympic venues in Bosnia’s capital Sarajevo have been reduced to rubble by neglect as much as the 1992-95 conflict that tore apart the former Yugoslavia. They were state-of-the-art facilities nearly three decades ago, when Sarajevo made […]

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A historical day for B&H’s national football team

By   /  16/10/2013  /  BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Sports  /  Comments Off on A historical day for B&H’s national football team

  By Christos T. Panagopoulos – Bosnia-Herzegovina qualified for its first World Cup as an independent nation and earned a spot in next year’s 32-nation field in Brazil. B&H’s national football team (8-1-1) won 1-0 at Lithuania on Vedad Ibisevic’s 68th-minute goal to win Group G. Despite competing since the early 1990s, Bosnia and Herzegovina […]

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Former Galatasaray player believes Bosnia could qualify for World Cup

By   /  14/10/2013  /  BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Sports  /  Comments Off on Former Galatasaray player believes Bosnia could qualify for World Cup

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos – Dzevat Prekazi, the legendary left foot of the Turkish side Galatasaray — believes the Bosnian national football team is the most promising regional contender for the World Cup 2014. “Croatia has a chance to go, but Bosnia is the biggest favorite”, Prekazi, Yugoslavia’s former star who is now a coach at a football […]

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Preliminary Round of Eurobasket 2013 ends – all results and fixtures

By   /  10/09/2013  /  BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, GR Sports, Greece, Headlines, HR Sports, ME Sports, MK Sports, Montenegro, RS Sports, Serbia, SI Sports, Slovenia, Sports, TR Sports, Turkey  /  Comments Off on Preliminary Round of Eurobasket 2013 ends – all results and fixtures

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos Group A United Kingdom – Ukraine 68-87 Ukraine capped their EuroBasket preliminary round campaign in style. They knocked down Great Britain to enter the second stage of the competition. Great Britain fell at 2-3 record in Group A and lost a chance to advance into the next stage of […]

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Day 5 of Eurobasket 2013 begins – all fixtures and results

By   /  09/09/2013  /  BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, GR Sports, Greece, Headlines, HR Sports, ME Sports, MK Sports, Montenegro, RS Sports, Serbia, SI Sports, Slovenia, Sports, TR Sports, Turkey  /  Comments Off on Day 5 of Eurobasket 2013 begins – all fixtures and results

Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos The fifth and last day of the Eurobasket’s preliminary round begins on Monday with the following matches: Group A United Kingdom vs. Ukraine Germany vs. Israel Belgium vs. France Group B Montenegro vs. Serbia Lithuania vs. Bosnia Latvia vs. FYROM Group C Georgia vs. Spain Croatia vs. Czech R. Slovenia […]

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Results of Group B in Day 2 of Eurobasket 2013

By   /  06/09/2013  /  BA Sports, Bosnia & Herzegovina, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, ME Sports, MK Sports, Montenegro, RS Sports, Serbia, Sports  /  Comments Off on Results of Group B in Day 2 of Eurobasket 2013

Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos Lithuania – FYROM 75-67 Mantas Kalnietis (195-PG-86, agency: Interperformances) leads Lithuania past FYROM in a 75:67 win. The Baltic State improved to 1-1 record at the end of 2013 EuroBasket Day 2. Lithuania and FYROM stayed close to each other in the majority of the game. They were tied three […]

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